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May 18, 2006

Union "Funeral Procession" Violates Secondary Boycott Law - Are Rats and Banners Next?

It is a cornerstone of our national labor policy that a labor union cannot lawfully threaten, coerce

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April 28, 2006

Court Invalidates Collective Bargaining Exemption to California's Meal Period Rules

In its recent decision in Bearden v. U.S. Borax, Inc., No. B182625 (Apr. 7, 2006) the California Court

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December 14, 2005

Employer Reporting Requirements under the LMRDA

Since its enactment in 1959, the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (LMRDA or "the Act") has

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September 23, 2005

Labor's New Organizing Tactic: Demands by "Minority Unions" for "Members Only" Contracts

Over the past several decades unions have normally demanded to bargain on behalf of employees based on

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August 4, 2005

The Splitting of the AFL-CIO: What It Means to the Nation's Employers

In a widely anticipated move, three major labor unions -- the Service Employees International Union (SEIU),

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March 14, 2005

Despite Victory for Employer, NLRB Decision Reminds Employers That Improper Handbook Language Can Overturn Election Results

In a decision that must be viewed by employers as both a relief and a reminder, a divided National Labor

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December 15, 2004

Bush Board Overrules M.B. Sturgis Rule Regarding Bargaining Units That Include Leased Employees

In a 3-2 decision issued November 19, 2004, the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB" or "Board") overturned

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June 17, 2004

NLRB Rules That Weingarten Rights No Longer Apply to Non-Union Workforces

On June 9, 2004, the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) in IBM Corp., 341 NLRB No. 148, overruled

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